"Glazounov’s music for Oscar Wilde’s Salome—an Introduction and Dance—has nothing of the decadence and lavish excess of Strauss’s opera written three years earlier. There are even turns of phrase not unlike Scheherazade. Here the clear front-runner is José Serebrier, who uncovers many unexpected shades and subtleties in this music. ... but the [orchestral] players can’t possibly match Serebrier’s Scots."
American Record Guide
"The performance of the Sixth Symphony is simply magnificent"
International Record Review
"A mind-altering series...one quality of Serebrier’s Glazunov series has been is its combination of the Stokowskian and Szellian...a riveting experience."
"Serebrier's incisive approach has the orchestra responding at every point with live-wire class"
Classic FM Magazine